& Private Property
The CJCH conveyancing team have over 35 years of experience in property matters and conveyancing.
Whether you are purchasing your first home, a buy-to-let property or expanding your property portfolio, our specialist team will guide you through the process tailoring the service to your needs.
We can also assist with Landlord and Tenant matters, contracts, lease agreements and licences.Our reasonable fees, friendly service and expert advice turns the stress of purchasing a property into smooth sailing.
Your matter is expertly managed by qualified solicitors and conveyancers, meaning that you are in safe and experienced hands.
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Practice Area – Residential Conveyancing
CJCH Solicitors offers a unique, expert service where your conveyance is carefully handled by our team of qualified conveyancing professionals and solicitors. Where some firms may conduct conveyancing services as a production line utilising administration resources, CJCH ensures the largest life purchase you will make, your home, is carefully and skilfully processed with your best interests at heart. At CJCH your conveyance will not be handed off, the team member you instruct is the person who will be with you throughout the process.
Potential cost associated with a standard matter
For a straight forward purchase (up to £120,000 purchase price) the CJCH conveyancing fee starts from £500.00 (ex VAT), and for a straight forward sale (up to £100,000 sale price) the CJCH conveyancing fee starts from £450.00 (ex VAT). (We offer fixed fee for this service as a basis, but reserve the right to quote for additional and non-standard matters.
Definition of a standard matter
A straight forward or standard matter refers to a standard freehold registered title. It is important to note though that variations to this require a variation of services to meet the needs of the transaction, such as (but not limited to) a leasehold title, and unregistered title, redeeming additional charges, solar panel enquires and transfers etc.
- All other matters which fall out of the above standard matter concept will be quoted for accordingly
Conveying fee (updated August 2019)(Fee structure starting from)
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Potential extra associated costs (disbursements)
Disbursements are associated costs for the transaction, which will be paid out on your behalf in order to progress the matter (no VAT on disbursements).
These could include (but are not limited to):
- Land registration fee
- Local search, environmental search and drainage search
- Stamp duty (England); Land Transaction Tax (Wales)
- Bank telegraphic transfer fee
- Chaps transfer fee
- Official copy documents
Additonal fees(Including but not limited to) For more information please contact us today!Get in touch
When will payments be required?
Once the client has instructed the firm to act on their behalf, an up-front fee of £300.00 (ex VAT) would be
required on account to start proceedings
- For a purchase, funds to be paid and cleared (including stamp duty) before completion
- For a sale, balance is deducted from proceeds on exchange and completion
We have a full range of residential property based services, get in touch with our team to find out more.
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Residential Conveyancing & Private Property Department
Tim is the Managing Partner of CJCH Solicitors, specialising in Criminal Law and experience in Conveyancing. Having qualified as a solicitor in 1986, Tim has over 30 years experience in managing complex legal matters on behalf of his clients and is a founding member of the Firm. Tim also advises on Software Piracy matters, and IP Crime.Get in touch ›
John advises Private Clients in the areas of Wills & Probate, Power of Attorney, Deputyship, and Residential Conveyancing. Although specialising in Private Client services since 2013, he has been with CJCH since 2003, and has been a Qualified Solicitor since 2010.Get in touch ›
Rebecca has been with CJCH since 2013 and has 6 years experience in the fields of residential and commercial conveyancing as well as private clients in matters such as Wills and Probate, Lasting Power of Attorney, Court of Protection applications. Having qualified as a Solicitor in 2016, she advises clients and represents both commercial and individual clients.Get in touch ›
Lauren joined CJCH is 2019 as a Solicitor in the Residential Conveyancing and Private Client team. Lauren has experience in residential and commercial property matters, including tenancy agreements and landlord and tenant matters.Get in touch ›
Joanne is an experienced Licenced Conveyancer who specialises in residential conveyancing. Having joined CJCH in 2017, Joanne advises private clients on their property matters.Get in touch ›
Abbi joined CJCH in 2019 in the Residential Conveyancing & Private Property Team. Abbi has experience advising clients in all aspects of residential conveyancing including sales, purchases, transfers of equity and remortgages of both freehold and leasehold property.Get in touch ›
Amy joined the firm in 2017 as a researcher in the Anti-Piracy and Licence Compliance team. Amy has since commenced her Training Contract with the Firm, and is aligned to the Residential Conveyancing and Private Client department in our Blackwood office.Get in touch ›
David is a senior solicitor at CJCH, having joined the firm in 2017 with the acquisition of Patchell Davies Solicitors. David has extensive experience in commercial property matters, advising both private and corporate clients.Get in touch ›
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